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American foreign policy : the dynamics of choice in the 21st century

by Jentleson, Bruce W.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York W.W. Norton & Company 2014Description: 739 p. mapas.ISBN: 978-0-393-91943-1.Subject(s): RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES | SIGLO XXI | POLÍTICA GUBERNAMENTAL | ESTADOS UNIDOS -- RELACIONES EXTERIORES
Contents:
The strategic context: foreign policy strategy and the essence of choice.-- The domestic context: the threee branches and the process of choice.-- The domestic context: Interest groups, media adn public opinion.-- The historical context: great debates in American Foreign policy, 1789-1945.-- The cold war context: origins and first stages.-- The cold war context: lessons and legacies.-- Readings for Part I: The context of U.S. foreign policy: Theory and History.-- Grand strategy for a New Era (I) power and peace.-- Grand strategy for a new era: (II) prosperity and principles.-- Post-cold war foreign policy politics: Politics beyond the Water's edge.-- Asia's rising strategic importance: relations with China and in the Asia-Pacific Region.-- War, peace, terrorism, democracy: Old and New Challenges in the middle east.-- Old friends, old enemy: Twenty-first-century relations with Europe and Russia.-- The Americas: relaions with Latin America and Canada.-- Africa: Persisting old Issues, pressing new ones.-- Readings for Part II: American foreign policy in the twenty-first century: Choices and Challenges.
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The strategic context: foreign policy strategy and the essence of choice.-- The domestic context: the threee branches and the process of choice.-- The domestic context: Interest groups, media adn public opinion.-- The historical context: great debates in American Foreign policy, 1789-1945.-- The cold war context: origins and first stages.-- The cold war context: lessons and legacies.-- Readings for Part I: The context of U.S. foreign policy: Theory and History.-- Grand strategy for a New Era (I) power and peace.-- Grand strategy for a new era: (II) prosperity and principles.-- Post-cold war foreign policy politics: Politics beyond the Water's edge.-- Asia's rising strategic importance: relations with China and in the Asia-Pacific Region.-- War, peace, terrorism, democracy: Old and New Challenges in the middle east.-- Old friends, old enemy: Twenty-first-century relations with Europe and Russia.-- The Americas: relaions with Latin America and Canada.-- Africa: Persisting old Issues, pressing new ones.-- Readings for Part II: American foreign policy in the twenty-first century: Choices and Challenges.

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